Hello, hello! It’s time for part two my new series, Go Boho! If you missed part one, all about COLOR, you can check it out HERE.
Today we’ll dive into all the ways PATTERN can help you express your boho flair!
Welcome to part one of my new series, Go Boho!
Today we’ll be exploring the various ways to use COLOR in your home to achieve a touch (or a lot) of bohemian charm.
If you’re in the States, I hope you enjoyed the Independence Day holiday and were able to make it a long weekend! I took Friday off of work and am enjoying the much needed rest after a very long June!
I wanted to hop on real quick this morning to introduce a new 6-part series coming up on the blog: Go Boho!
I wish my attic was a charming little hideaway, with rustic beams, exposed brick, and a cozy nook for snuggling up with a good book; or a space I could set up my easel and wile away the hours on creative endeavors; or a trove of hidden treasures just waiting to be discovered. But it’s not. The truth is that my attic is a dark, low-ceilinged, cold-in-the-winter/hot-in-the summer box slash borderline deathtrap. Like seriously, don’t try to stand up straight or walk upright if you’re over five feet tall because you will probably be impaled by the nails coming through from the roof. Not that you could really walk anyway, upright or otherwise, because there is no floor and even if there was, the rafters are in your way. Ugh.
One of my very first posts (HERE) when I started the blog last year was a list of house projects that I wanted to tackle. The goal was to get as many of these things done before sharing a tour of each space. As I shared each room, I updated the relevant portion of the list, crossing off what was completed, and of course, adding more things to do! Today I’d like to revisit my project list to see what I already accomplished, reevaluate what I added previously and update it for new things I want to do.
Hello friends! We’re just off the heels of the last leg of my house tour, where we took a peek into my main storage closets. So today I thought it would be apropos to share my favorite storage solutions. Which are basically anything from The Container Store, Target or IKEA! Hahaha… no seriously, lol, they’re from those three stores. So without further ado, here are my top five!
Hello, hello! Do you know what today is? Today is the last post of my current house tour! What? Can you believe it?? Today I’ll be sharing a look at the three main, non-clothes closets in my home.
First, let me just say “May the 4th Be With You!” haha, sorry! Had to, I did!
I had originally planned to start a micro series on the blog today, with tips and tricks for bringing small doses of boho into your home, but the truth is that I didn’t write the post in advance and quite honestly friends, I don’t have the mental capacity today to form any coherant thoughts on the subject, haha— so we’re going to do a simple post with a how to for the DIY wall mural I recently shared in my fitness room tour (HERE).
Welcome, welcome! Last week I shared my ultimate wishlist of all the dreamy (and practical) things I’d like to have in my future farmhouse. If you missed that post, you can check it out HERE.
Of course, you had to know I’d be pinning inspiration of all things farmhouse chic! So today is just a quick round up of my Pinterest board sections, plus a link so you can check them all out, up close and personal. And please follow, because I can promise you that there will be more pinning where all this came from!
Welcome back, friends! Today we’re exploring my fitness room. This is the second to last space I’ll be sharing in round one of my house tour. I’m never quite sure what to call this room: home gym sounds too formal for what it is. I’ve toyed with calling it my “zen den” because I have a spot for meditation in here as well, and I try to do some yoga too, but that sounds too cutesy, doesn’t it? lol… So I’ll just stick with fitness room for now…